Polish Radom KBK 7.62×39 Semi-Auto Rifle PMK AK-47 AKM w/ Bayonet

SOLD FOR: $916

WOA#: WY231119ES001

Make: Armory USA receiver, Radom Munitions factory KBK 1979 Polish Parts Kit

Model:  AUSA

Serial Number: AA5489, (29979 Parts Kit Serial)

Year of Manufacture: Modern

Caliber: 7.62×39

Action Type: Semi-Automatic, Gas Operated, Long Stroke Piston

Markings: The left side of the trunnion is marked with a circled 11, “1979 CH29979”.  Bottom of the receiver is marked “armory USA / Houston. Tx”.  The right side of the receiver is marked “MOD AUSA / SER# AA5489 / CAL 762X39”.  The rear sight is marked “1-10” and “S” for the battle position.  The trigger is marked “ALG”.  The pistol grip is marked “MAGPUL”, “MOE AK+”.  There is an upside down P within a diamnond acceptance stamp on the left side of the dust cover. The left side of the trunnion is marked with several proofs.  The left side of the bolt carrier is marked “29979” with two proofs.  The bolt head is marked with proofs and “29979”.  The dust cover/recoil spring lug is marked “9979”.  The rear of the dust cover is marked “9979”.

Barrel Length: 16.5” threaded. 17” with fixed Slant Muzzle Brake.  The brake is very tight to the barrel but is removable.  We did not force it.

Sights / Optics: The front sight is an adjustable post between two protective ears, and the rear sight is an adjustable tangent “u” notch.

Stock Configuration & Condition:  The buttstock is an under folding metal stock. The pistol grip is a Magpul MOE AK+ rubber overmolded grip with storage compartment.  The two piece handguards are wood with appropriate hand swells.  The left side of the nose cap has a sling ring. The left side of the folding assembly is has a sling ring as well. The bottom of the barrel has its cleaning rod and bayonet lug intact.  The LOP measures 13” from the front of the trigger to the back of the buttplate.  There are no chips or cracks.  There are some scratches and scuffs on the buttstock but no signs of abuse or any bends in the metal.  The pistol grip shows light handling but remains relatively clean with crisp serrations on the front and back straps.  The handguard is has a few small nicks and compression marks.  The stock rates in about Very Good overall condition.

Magazine Quantity & Condition:  None.

Type of Finish: Black

Finish Originality: Original

Bore Condition:  The chrome bore is mostly bright with well defined rifling.  There is some minor fouling in the grooves.  In this writer’s opinion the bore rates 9/10.

Overall Condition:  This rifle retains about 90% of its metal finish. The balance of the finish shows some operation wear. There are scratches and scuffs on the receiver, primarily on the dust cover.  There is insertion wear on the mag release lever and magwell. The screw heads are sharp and the pins are unmarred. The markings are crisp. Overall this rifle is in Very Good condition.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly. We did not fire this rifle. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance requirements.

Box, Paperwork & Accessories: This rifle comes with its correct surplus Polish nylon sling and a Polish Type 2 bayonet and scabbard both marked “7634”.  The bayonet and scabbard rate in Excellent condition.  The blade is sharp with no nicks or signs of use or abuse on the edge.  The point is sharp.  The edge appears original.  There is finish loss on the leading edges but other than that and some light sheathing wear, the knife is pristine.

Our Assessment:   This Armory USA receiver assembled with a 1979 Radom Munitions Factory (Circle 11) KBK Polish Parts Kit represents a remarkable fusion of historic Eastern European military design and modern American gunsmithing. This rifle, utilizing genuine parts from the esteemed Radom factory, is a testament to the quality and durability of Polish military manufacturing. The Radom factory, particularly during this era, was known for producing firearms that were robust, reliable, and highly effective in various military applications. The KBK parts, sometimes referred to as the PMK, derived from the AKM series are especially valued for their authentic design and proven battlefield resilience. These components embody the pinnacle of Cold War-era Eastern European arms production, making them highly sought after by collectors and firearms enthusiasts.

Incorporating these historic parts into a contemporary Armory USA receiver elevates the rifle to a new level of functionality and reliability. Armory USA is known for its precision and adherence to high manufacturing standards, ensuring that the receiver not only complements the KBK parts but also enhances the overall performance of the firearm. This blend of the Radom factory’s historic components with a modern receiver creates a unique firearm that bridges the gap between history and modern-day firearms technology. The result is a rifle that not only functions with the precision expected of today’s standards but also carries with it the legacy and craftsmanship of one of the most significant periods in military arms production. For the collector, this rifle is more than just a tool; it’s a piece of history.  Please see our photos and good luck on your bid! – L.S.

Polish Radom KBK 7.62x39 Semi-Auto Rifle PMK AK-47 AKM w/ Bayonet
Polish Radom KBK 7.62×39 Semi-Auto Rifle PMK AK-47 AKM w/ Bayonet